Senegal - Eat What You Grow

Publisher:
IFAD
Publication Date:
7 July 2015
Tags:
Senegal, Agribusiness, Aid and Assistance, Food and Agriculture, International Organizations and Africa, Sustainable Development

Senegal's Agricultural Value Chain Support Program, funded by IFAD, aims to increase rural incomes, create jobs, and decrease the country's six month hungry season. It's all based on a simple idea, developing a taste for local foods.


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